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Joovy Spoon Walker (Jade)

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  • For children weighing up to 30 lbs. or 33.5" tall
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Product Description

Color: Jade

The Joovy Spoon Walker features a Jade color that is exclusive to Right Start and is a dual-purpose walker and highchair. The super-sized tray of the Joovy Spoon Walker is great for meal and snack time, and it can also be used as a place for all your child's toys. Three adjustable height positions, an ultra-wide base and a supportive, comfortable seat pad make the Joovy Spoon Walker an easy way to teach children how to walk. The Joovy Spoon Walker is for children weighing up to 30 lbs or 33.5" tall.

Product Information

Color: Jade
Technical Details
UPC877408001249
  
Additional Information
ASINB00KPLWBS8
Best Sellers Rank #9,775 in Baby (See top 100)
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Included features
  • Super-sized tray with removable insert, insert is dishwasher safe
  • Wide base ensures that little fingers won’t get pinched
  • Seat pad is supportive and comfortable, machine washable
  • 3-height positions, oversized wheels and non-slip stair pads
  • Folds flat for easy storage and travel
  • BPA, PVC and Phthalate Free

Clean, Contemporary Design

Provides balance between eating, playing and learning to walk

The Spoon walker combines two baby essentials into one: walker and high chair. This zippy little walker provides the perfect balance of eating, playing and learning to walk! Practical and good-looking, the Spoon will incorporate into every room in your house.

For meal and snack time, the Spoon has an extra large tray with a removable, dishwasher safe insert. For playtime, there is lots of clean space for all your child’s favorite toys. The bright white color and high-gloss finish give the Spoon premium styling that cleans up easily and looks great.

As your child learns to master walking, you will feel confident using the Spoon with its ultra-wide base that provides unparalleled strength, stability, mobility and safety. The wide base ensures that little fingers won’t get pinched on the side of the tray if your toddler bumps into a wall. The seat pad is supportive and comfortable, machine washable, and is made with 600D material - combining luggage grade toughness with a soft and padded high seat back.

The Spoon has three height positions that are ideal for a child who can sit upright unassisted, up to 30 lbs and/or 33.5 inches tall. Built with steel reinforcement, oversized wheels and non-slip stair pads, the Spoon meets or exceeds all government standards in compliance and stair safety. Still, Joovy always recommends using a gate to keep stairs out of reach.

The Spoon folds flat for easy storage and travel. All Spoon walkers come out of the box almost ready to go – you only need to install the seat pad. The Spoon is entirely BPA, PVC and Phthalate Free. JPMA certified.

Note: This product does not ship to Canada.

Features

Clean, contemporary design

All white with a splash of color. Seat is removable and machine washable.

Adjustable heights

For maximum comfort. The Spoon adjusts to 3 different heights.

Removable tray & machine washable seat

Keep the mess away with Spoon's removable tray. Dishwasher safe.

Space saver

When not in use, store the Spoon anywhere with its compact design.

Maximum child weight 30 lbs
Maximum child height 33.5"
Dimensions (unfolded) 18” H x 25.5” W x 27.75” D
Dimensions (folded) 9” H x 25.5” W x 27.75” D
Walker weight 12.3 lbs

Customer Questions & Answers

Customer Reviews

A very Well made and very sturdy walker.
Nancy Spano
I feed my baby and I put toys on her tray so she can play and she loves it.
Edna Villanueva
It is easy to clean both the removable tray and seat.
tahotoy

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

179 of 190 people found the following review helpful By ladyfingers TOP 1000 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on November 28, 2012
Color Name: Charcoal
I got scolded by my daughter for even suggesting a walker for my grandson. "Haven't you read Consumer Reports?" she asked. Apparently walkers pose a safety hazard. I agree if baby is left unattended, but I know my daughter, and she watches baby like a hawk. I also remember the fun our children had in their walkers, and the little bit of freedom it allowed parents who need to get some things done in a day.

The only problem is today's walkers are pieces of junk. They're not well-made and are full of electronics or paraphernalia littering the tray. I didn't blame my daughter for having reservations, but I knew if she had the right walker, she'd change her mind about their usefulness and safety. That's why I bought a Joovy Spoon.

Everything about this walker is nice. I love its simple design with just a splash of color in the seat, which is machine-washable and made of heavy-duty (yet comfortable) material. The tray is extra-big and removable for easy cleaning. The base is very wide which provides added strength and stability. It easily folds up for travel or storage. The Spoon meets or exceeds all government standards in compliance and stair safety, but common sense dictates parents should also use a gate to keep stairs out of reach.

I was sold on this walker's features, and bought one hoping my daughter would see the light. They visited and just as I thought, my daughter was less than thrilled. That is, until she saw how much our 5 1/2 month grandson loves being in it. Or how easy it is to feed him there. We have low-pile carpeting in our kitchen, and baby's feet just touch the floor in the first position (there are three height levels).
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73 of 76 people found the following review helpful By MommyJocie on January 3, 2014
Color Name: Blueberry Verified Purchase
Length: 0:29 Mins
This walker is simple and easy for a baby to cruise in, hassle free. There are no noisy knockers or battery-required objects on the tray so I could place snacks on the tray or his own toys to play with. The height is adjustable and the wheels glide very easily, even over some rugs.
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43 of 45 people found the following review helpful By Riverjay on October 24, 2013
Color Name: Greenie Verified Purchase
LOVE LOVE LOVE
My baby LOVES LOVES LOVES!

So, I read all the warnings about walkers, and how the American Academy of Pediatrics wants to outlaw these devices. I also listened to my mother about how much I loved my walker and I talked to people...all of whom had used walkers as infants and many of whom used them for their kids before people got to negative about them.

What to do? what to do?

I went with my instincts.
1. I am not going to put the walker upstairs. I don't have other steps he can fall down.
2. We have multiple places we take him to to use this product and it folds flat and is easy to throw in the car.
3. I've got him gated away from the kitchen ( horror stories of burned babies pulling pots from the oven in a walker) and there aren't cords he can get to in his walker play area.
4. There is a question about hip development....I'm a surgeon. This isn't something we were taught about in medical school, or something that any physician I know (regardless of speciality) is even aware of. So, can it happen? Anything can happen. Can you leave your kid in here too long? sure. Do your own research and make an educated choice for your baby. I do not leave him in here for hours on end. He has the ability to sit down and his legs are at a normal sitting angle. If these are so bad why aren't there class action lawsuits about medical problems from walkers? I don't know any adult who've had hip problems related to being in a walker. The jury is out in my mind as to the health risks for the walker. A risk I am willing to take.
5. Toe walking? Who knows, everyone is looking for the perfect way to raise their baby and for someone to blame if something goes wrong. If you want to blame your walker...
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55 of 69 people found the following review helpful By May on February 28, 2013
Color Name: Purpleness Verified Purchase
I really wanted to love this walker as it was exactly what I was looking for: a stable/solid, no frills, basic walker with a wide tray and a "higher" weight limit.

But alas this walker was too short for my 9month old son. It does have three height settings and is supposed to be able to accommodate a child up to a max of 33.25" or 33.5" (I can't remember which) but the seat is very deep so when I put my son, who is only 30.25", into the walker he sinks down too low and ends up in a low crouching position. I guess it would work if he was able to stand, which he can't do yet, but then that defeats the purpose of the seat as his bottom doesn't touch the bottom of the seat when he's standing? (I'm assuming that the child is supposed to be somewhat seated and standing at the same time thus aiding him in learning to walk). I also noticed that he was having a hard time getting it to move (but that may have been because it was too low for him).

I ended up purchasing the Chicco Lil Driver walker instead from a local baby store. The weight limit is lower but it still has the three height positions and the seat is a lot more shallow so my son fits it better. It does have toys on the tray but it can be removed. And as soon as I put my son in the Chicco walker he took off chasing the dogs. And if baby's happy, mama's happy too :)

**On a side note, I just realized that I never looked to see if the seat depth could be shortened. If you're on the fence about whether or not your child would fit this walker, I would call Joovy first to ask about the seat.
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